The Redmi 10 Series hit the market in India soon, could arrive in July

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The Redmi 10 series may soon launch in India, annoying Xiaomi on Twitter. As the name suggests, the Redmi 10 series will be the successor to the Redmi 9 series, which includes Redmi 9, Redmi 9 Prime, Redmi 9 Power, Redmi 9A and Redmi 9i. Although the Chinese company did not state directly that it will release the Redmi 10 series, the tweet suggests that this will be the case and that the series could be introduced early next month.

Redmi India took to Twitter to share a short video called “Redmi Revolution” along with the hashtag “# 10on10”. This suggests that the company is talking about the introduction of the Redmi 10 series. The tweet also reads: “Coming soon to your screen.” This suggests that the series may be presented in early July. In addition, the word “Revolution” has 10 letters, so this may be the reason why the company decided to join it. These speculations must be addressed with a pinch of salt. Apart from tweets, there is no information about the Redmi 10 series.

It is not clear how many models will be included in the Redmi 10 series and which will be the first to be launched on the market. C Redmi 9 series, Redmi 9 Prime was the first to launch in India in the first week of August last year. Redmi 9 followed later that month. Then, in early September 2020, Redmi 9A was released followed by Redmi 9i about two weeks later. Redmi 9 Power launched in December last year in India.

The Redmi 9 series is a budget range of smartphones and the Redmi 10 series is expected to be the same.

Xiaomi soon starts on Redmi Note 10T smartphone in russia as last participant in Redmi Note 10 series. It is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC and comes with a triple rear camera setting that includes a 48-megapixel main sensor.

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